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A Guide to the Digital Nomad Lifestyle: How and Where to Work on the Road

by Nancy Zafrani | December 11, 2023

Digital nomads travel to different destinations and work from peculiar places like beaches, tents, cafes, and Airbnbs. Find out how to become one here.

5 Reasons to Take a Gap Year in 2023

by Andrew Fennell | November 16, 2022

A gap year can be a great way to take a pause from academia—and even invest in your future. Here are five reasons to take a gap year in 2023.

5 Careers That Let You Travel the World

by Sarah Daren | January 22, 2020

You don’t have to wait until you retire to travel the world. There are many career paths that support location independence or require a nomadic lifestyle. Here are five of the best.

The Best Way to Add Travel to Your Resume

by Vault Careers | January 10, 2020

Knowing how to list the experiences, skills, and accomplishments that travel affords you can help turn your adventures into an asset for your potential employer. Read on to learn how to put travel on your resume!

How to Thrive While Taking a Career Break [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Bestow | November 15, 2019

84% of millennials plan to take a career break. Are you one of them? Explore your options for a career break and how to plan for one with this cool infographic.

Midterm Checklist: Four Things to Do Around Spring Break

by Kaitlin McManus | March 08, 2019

Spring break is just around the corner—and so is the end of the school year! Take some time now to see where you are, where you're going, and what you should be doing.

4 Ways to Lessen Business Travel Stress

by Nick Ball | March 01, 2019

Here are four ways you can turn a business trip into a serene journey—from departure lounge to your return flight.

11 Best Jobs for People Who Love to Travel

by LiveCareer | January 08, 2019

If you love to travel and want to make travel a part of your daily life, consider pursuing one of these 11 professions.

Tips for Job Hunting in Other States

by Jon Minners | December 19, 2016

When you apply for a job, you may be more inclined to accept a position close to home, but you should be open to the possibility that there is a job calling out to you in another City, State or Country. Here's some advice for introducing travel plans into your job search.